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Crime-free housing in the 21st century.


Crime-free housing in the 21st century.

Poyner, Barry.

Jill Dando Inst./Crime Science


121 pages




The author updates his 1991 Crime Free Housing, taking the original findings on the relationship between housing layout and crime, reviewing in light of subsequent research, and re-presenting them in relation to current planning practice and housing development. The research is largely drawn from a British context. Distributed in the US by ISBS.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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